Biden-Harris Dangerous Anti-Vax Rhetoric

Both are urging Americans not to trust a potential vaccine for Coronavirus

Posted on Sep 7, 2020

Democrats love to peddle the message of, “listening to the science,” until scientists develop a vaccine under the Trump Administration.

As Operation Warp Speed is nearly set to provide the American people with a safe and effective vaccine to combat the Coronavirus, team Biden-Harris say they don’t trust it.

In a purely political statement, Kamala Harris said on CNN, “I think that’s going to be an issue for all of us. I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump.”

Harris’ rhetoric, against what medical experts have said, has certainly put doubt and fear in the minds of American families waiting for a vaccine so they may return to work and school.

When Dr. Fauci says, “I would not hesitate for a moment to take the vaccine myself and recommend it to my family,” Joe Biden says, “Who’s going to take the shot? Are you going to be the first one to say sign me up, they now say it’s OK?”

Biden’s comments are dangerous to urge Americans against what multiple doctors and Coronavirus Task Force members have said is a viable treatment.

U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins, FDA Commissioner Dr. Hahn, and Dr. Deborah Birx have all made statements that support the vaccine is developed safely, in accordance with required approvals, and would take it themselves.

During his Monday press briefing, President Trump criticized the words of Biden and Harris and urged them to apologize for undermining the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine.

President Trump’s priorities are clear. He said, “The most important thing for me is saving lives.”

The entire Administration will continue to work to provide a vaccine at a rapid rate in order to end this pandemic and let Americans safely return to their places of work, worship, and school.